Conversational heuristics for eliciting shared understandingt

  title={Conversational heuristics for eliciting shared understandingt},
  author={Mildred L. G. Shaw},
A conversational method is necessary for experimenter and subject to collaborate in the exploration of the world of human beings. Individuals cannot be treated as objects, or be instructed how to take part in an experiment, without the recognition of the autonomy of each person and the invitation to participate jointly in co-operative exploration of the nature of man. An individual can be seen as a personal scientist who forms theories about the world and tests these theories against his… CONTINUE READING
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